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Aaron Goodwin

This article is about the sports agent. For the Ghost Adventures Crew member, see Ghost Adventures#Aaron Goodwin.

Aaron Goodwin is a sports agent who represents players in the National Basketball Association and Women's National Basketball Association. He was the initial agent for LeBron James, and negotiated endorsement deals paying James over $135 million, including a $90 million deal with Nike.[1] James later left Goodwin in favor of agent Leon Rose.[2] He was initially Kevin Durant's agent,[3] but Durant moved to Rob Pelinka.[4] Goodwin's other clients have included Dwight Howard,[5] Chris Webber, Gary Payton, Jason Kidd, Shareef Abdur-Rahim, Vin Baker, Damon Stoudamire, Todd MacCulloch,[6] Nate Robinson,[7] and Candace Parker.[8] In 2004, he was ranked eighth on Sports Illustrated's list of the Most Influential Minorities in Sports.[6]

Goodwin is from Oakland, California.[6] His twin brother, Eric, is also a sports agent.[9]

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